British Airways has been implementing a comprehensive range of Honeywell safety systems across its B777 and A320 fleets since 2010, including IntuVue 3-D Weather Radar, which will help save on maintenance costs by enabling pilots to detect damaging weather earlier and avoid it; SmartRunway, which uses Honeywell s Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) database to reduce the risk of runway incursions by warning the crew if any aspect of taxi or takeoff is not correctly configured; and Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) with SmartTraffic, which provides pilots with real-time awareness of surrounding traffic to maximize the use of optimal flight levels.
What does FL stand for?
FL stands for Flight Level
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We have 86 other meanings of FL in our Acronym Attic
- Flanker Back (football; old position)
- Flash (nautical navigation)
- Flashing Light
- Flawless (diamonds)
- Flensburg (German city)
- Flerovium (chemical element)
- Flexible Link
- Flexileave (UK)
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These include: human error by air traffic control and pilot; coordination failure like late or non-receipt of flight level change; radar failure; failure to get message properly leading to pilot climbing or descending to a wrong level; a trainee ATC working and his or her instructor getting late in correcting a mistake and "heavy traffic leading to stress and fatigue".
Features of the GFC 700 include coupled LPV approaches, vertical navigation, and flight level change (FLC).
Seven occupants of the A330-300, operated by Qantas Airways, were injured as it met turbulence at flight level 380 while approaching the northern coast of Malaysia.
on Friday, when two aircrafts traveling on the same flight level narrowly missed a collision off the Karwar coast in Karnataka.
Continue the descent flight level one hundred, best rate till through flight level two seven zero please.